Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues: Volume 6 Issue 1


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Reflections of EFL university instructors on teaching and learning after the revolution in Egypt

Salma Gehad Waly

The purpose of this paper is to explore the different ways through which the revolution has influenced teaching and learning in Egyptian universities after January 25, 2011.

Human resource diversity in the United Arab Emirates: empirical study

Abdulfattah Yaghi, Ihsan Yaghi

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of the few countries where nationals make up less than 20 percent of the total population and less than 2 percent of the workforce…

Critiquing of higher education policy in Saudi Arabia: towards a new neoliberalism

Tariq Elyas, Michelle Picard

The purpose of this paper is to critically examine the impact of 9/11 on education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The authors take a historical approach in order to speak…

Multi‐culture consumer behaviour in the Abu Dhabi markets

Vanaja Menon Vadakepat

Globalization has brought apparent transformations to the UAE market. Shift in market trends due to a growing multicultural population induces marketers to update their…

Job insecurity: a whirlpool of chronic powerlessness

Silva Karkoulian, Wassim Mukaddam, Richard McCarthy, Leila Canaan Messarra

Organizational downsizing, right sizing, layoffs, and restructuring that attempt to reduce labour cost and increase competitiveness, have generated considerable feelings…



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2008 – 2014

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Emerald Publishing Limited


  • Professor David A Kirby
  • Dr Matthew Clarke